Posts by Tom

Blurryface

Tyler Joseph’s alter ego Blurryface is well known because of the Twenty One Pilots hit “Stressed Out”. He represents all of Tyler’s insecurities and feelings of grief.

King Ezekiel

In The Walking Dead, King Ezekiel (Khary Payton), with his pet tiger Shiva by his side, leads a community called the Kingdom. A close friend of Paul Monroe, he hopes to team up with Rick Grimes to take down Negan.

Dolores Abernathy

In Westworld, Dolores Abernathy (Rachel Evan Wood) is a humble farm girl who gets wrapped up in a grandiose adventure. As she enters the rough and tumble outpost Pariah, she trades in her 1800s-era blue dress for pants, and arms herself with a revolver.

Lucio

Let’s break it down! In Overwatch, Lúcio Correia dos Santos who uses music to inspire social change, first in Rio de Janeiro and then around the world. He steals Vishkar Corp’s sonic technology and uses it to fight back against them, driving them out of Brazil.

Mystery Girl

In Steven Universe, S. or the Mystery Girl resembles Rose Quartz, but with a lip ring and a jacket tied around her waist. Steven, Amethyst, and Pearl are at the Big Donut when Mystery Girl catches Pearl’s eye.

Spartacus

Spartacus was a Thracian gladiator who led a major slave rebellion across the Roman Republic. He was portrayed by Kirk Douglas in a 1960 Stanley Kubrick film, and more recently by the late Andy Whitfield and Liam McIntyre in the Starz television series.

Preacher

In Preacher, Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper) is a small-town Texas preacher who is accidentally possessed by a supernatural creature called Genesis that is the product of an angel and demon coupling. With a strong sense of right and wrong, he’s on a mission to find God.

Supergirl

As a 13 year old girl, Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist) was given an intergalactic babysitting job by her parents, who sent her with the infant Kal-El from the doomed planet Krypton to Earth. During the journey, a mishap caused her to enter the Phantom Zone, where time stops, for 13 years. By the time she reached Earth, Kal-El had become a grown Superman, while Kara Zor-El was just learning to embrace her powers as Supergirl.

Detectorists

In Detectorists, Andy Stone (MacKenzie Crook) and Lance Stater (Toby Jones) are passionate members of the Danebury Metal Detecting Club. They’re metal detectorists, not to be confused with the metal detectors they hold in their hands when searching for Saxon treasure.

Worf

In Star Trek: The Next Generation, Worf (Michael Dorn) is the no-nonsense chief of security aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. As a Klingon, his weapon of choice is a Bat’Leth axe, and his fashion accessory of choice is the ornamental baldric sash worn over his shoulder.